Panionium

noun Pan·i·o·ni·um

Definition of Panionium

plural

Panionia

\-ēə\
  1. :  a gathering of all the Ionians held on Mycale at which Poseidon was worshiped and political matters were discussed

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Origin and Etymology of panionium

New Latin, singular of panionia, from Greek paniōnia, from pan- + Iōnia Ionia — more at ionian


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